Beautiful Creatures (2000)

BBB.5

(out of 5)


Hilarious independent British comedy stars a brilliant  as a mistreated young woman who one day decides to finally rid herself of her drug-addicted boyfriend () and buys a bus ticket to leave London for good. On her way out she is interrupted by the sight of (equally brilliant and sexy) who is being beaten up by a mean old bloke, so Lynch pops him in the head with a giant steel pole she finds nearby. They take the groggy victim home to Lynch’s apartment only to realize soon after that he has died from the injury and they are now both murderers. The little caper that ensues, involving kidnapping and ransom from the deceased victim’s family, is hilarious and witty, not to mention short enough to avoid the risk of ever getting on your nerves. Performances are wonderful, and though the script doesn’t feature anything you didn’t already know from watching Bound, you’ll still find it clever and inventive.


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United Kingdom, 2000

Directed by

Screenplay by

Cinematography by

Produced by Simon Donald,

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by


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